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  1. Phantom X

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    5/32 (M3), 1/8 (M1), 3/32 (PSK) Scandi goodness.

    I didn't even notice the M1 had liners for a couple minutes...

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  2. Sargent

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    Think there are only two or three M3's like that. I don't even remember that knife.
     
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    Do you mean with the lighter contouring on the scales? That was the first thing that jumped out at me, looks ultra comfy!
     
  4. PauliWalli

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    Man that is one beautiful blade !!
     
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  5. Phantom X

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    It feels like it was made for my hands. I blued the flats a little, the purple is different but not really my style.

    Definitely ultra comfy!
     
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  6. Phantom X

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    Bush Baby doing the cutting for some Multipurpose Pads...

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  7. Sargent

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    5/32" thick on an M3. But yeah, I did change the contours also Tom.
     
  8. Sargent

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    I saw it on Flickr the other day ... should have kept that one.
     
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  10. Phantom X

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    It does...only once though...not enough memory. Leaves all the imprints in the foam.
     
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    Can you reproduce that one for me ?
     
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    i'm never going to not be in love with this knife

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    Some primitive fun. 2017-06-04 18.24.51.jpg 2017-06-04 18.06.22.jpg 2017-06-04 18.26.18.jpg 2017-06-04 17.38.13.jpg 2017-06-04 17.37.49.jpg 2017-06-04 17.39.40.jpg 2017-06-04 17.39.16.jpg 2017-06-04 17.38.34.jpg 2017-06-04 17.37.24.jpg
     
  14. IAOutdoors

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    Playing with my new Sargent model. First Sargent with a convex edge and it is great. I believe it's 3/32" thin. Great slicer. Had to try a small feather stick fire with it.
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    Sharpened spine was sharp and I mean sharp. The scrapings off the ferro rod almost looked like it was machined it was so smooth.
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    Handle ergos are perfect.
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    Great model Brian. This will be going hunting with me this fall.
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    Very nice! I love the thin blade and I bet its a hell of a slicer with a convex grind. I need one of these in my life! What is he calling this model?


     
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    Not sure but I believe it was a hunter model.
     
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    He should have called it the "great, Tom needs another knife" model. ;)
     
  18. Phantom X

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    I really like that! One more for the wish list...
     
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    Yeah this is pretty awesome! And convex to boot
     
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    Took the PSK on a hike. Used it to get some balsam fir sap and make a fire... love this little guy.

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    I was going to redo the hemp twine I did on the handle but a little bit of ambient moisture once outside tightens everything up.
     
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    Yes it is an XL and in 3v as well.
     
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    Nice!
     
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    Thursday waiting for Friday carry
     

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    What!?! Dream knife....
     
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    Yes it is, I have several Sargent dream knives.
     
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    Not bragging, just thought it would be a cool pic.

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    Real nice
     
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    Now that's a cool picture.:dblthumb:
     
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    mother nature's shag carpet

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    world's tiniest and least useful ferro rod

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    did you know that bushcraft knives can be used to make feathersticks??

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    i accidentally lit my featherstick collection on fire.

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    Sorry about that collection ... needed that laugh!
     
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    I think this is a SET Primitive ALASKA...I didn't get it from Brian...so I'm hoping I got the model right.:42: IMG_1135.JPG
     
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    'BUSH BABY' clone. IMG_1152.JPG
     
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    Love that bush baby
     
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    IMG_0395.JPG Sarge PSK helping out with the divot and the notch work on my first ever bow drill coal this morning.
     
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    Harvested some White Pine for hearthboards / spindles. Todays lineup was my modded Ontario dirtcutter and M1 Primitive
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    Used the M1 for carving a quick spoon today. I thought it might make for a good carving knife and it sure did.
     
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    SET Saturday


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    That psk and sespe are two of my favorites. Seems like the sespe was real comfy.
     
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    Love my Sespe. My son , who is a Combat Controller in the Air Force tried to talk me out of it. :3:
     
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    After seeing that pic I feel like I'm the one with the clone.....nice work b
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    I completely agree! My favorite model to date and arguably my favorite knife! Though yours looks slightly more contoured than mine, it locks in like a vault and fits my hand perfectly. Hope he spreads the love on this one, it's a fantastic design! Easily the sharpest knife I own!
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    Set hunter...!
     
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    Today was a good day!!!....
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    Thank you @PantherHeadz for putting this serechete in my hands! It will be well cared for and has already made lite work of 1 1/2" white oak branches on the trail!
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    Just need some longer screws and it will be perfect! image.jpg
     
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    Is that first one, with the purple scales, one that you handled, or did it come from the SET "factory" with those scales? VERY nice, either way!
     
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    Picked it up in the Trade Blanket and handled it myself for the Wife. Thanks.
     
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    # 1 resting in the aspens

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